Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

MTN Organizes Free Computer Classes

MTN Organizes Free Computer Classes

MTN staff and management are out in all 21 countries where MTN operates to help and give back to community

KABUL – MTN Afghanistan has launched a program of 21 days of Y’ello Care from June 01, 2011. MTN users all over Afghanistan will devote all their energies to help society through launching campaigns on keeping environment clean and green, making people aware of hazardous effects of Drugs, free computer classes, helping orphan children and painting of Chaman Hazoori sports ground etc.  in June 2011.
MTN launched yesterday its first Yello Care Initiative, Free Computer Classes. This training program is led by Information Technology (IT) team of MTN Afghanistan. They are training students on MS Office programs.

MTN organizes the “21 days of Y’ello Care” program across its footprint worldwide to help the people and give back to the community, said Mr. George Nassif project  Prime of this program and Chief Information Officer of MTN Afghanistan when he was talking to the students at the launch of this program.

Mr. Kauser Najmee General Manager of Customer Care & MTN Foundation Prime who was also present in the inauguration ceremony of “21 days of Y’ello Care” welcomed the ‘first class’ of students  & said: we are very happy to help our communities thru different social projects under this year’s “21 days of Y’ello Care” program organized by MTN Foundation. All interested youngsters in Kabul, Nangarhar, Balkh, Hirat and Kunduz can call 786 to register their names for free computer classes available at our Customer Service Centres (CSPs) in major cities, he added.

Mr. Najmee also said, with “Computer Education” , supporting and celebrating ‘WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY ’ in coordination with Afghanistan’s National Environmental Support Agency (NEPA), launching an awareness campaign SAY NO TO DRUGS, Painting the fences of Chaman-e-Hozoori sports ground and organizing Olympics style games for orphan children in Kabul are the other programs of MTN for this year’s “21 days of Y’ello Care” to be completed in June 2011.

21 Days of Y’ello Care was instituted by the MTN Group President and CEO in 2007 to give all MTN employees an opportunity to contribute towards improving the welfare of their communities.
It has now become a prominent feature in MTN’s calendar, and is also one of MTN’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs driven by MTN Foundations in all the countries where MTN is operating. (PR)